O.T. Genasis Is Coming To Montreal

And so is Snootie Wild!
O.T. Genasis Is Coming To Montreal

Calling all my MTL hip-hop fans! If you love that coco (and by that, I mean the song) I'm assuming you love yourself some OT Genasis. The rising hip hop star has busted his way into the scene with his catchy tunes and crazy collaborations with artists such as Busta Rhymes and Wiz Kalifa. If this still doesn't ring any bells, I suggest you watch this video to acquaint yourself.

If you're already a raging fan you'll be excited to hear that he's making his way down to Montreal. That's right folks, it's time to get excited!

Photo cred - giphy

OT Genasis will be playing with none other then Snootie Wild, so you're guaranteed an awesome show. The two will be playing at Théâtre Telus on July 17th. The doors open at eight, but I suggest you get there beforehand because it is going to be busy as all hell. Oh, and did we mention it's only $40? Enjoy yourself, kids!

To book your tickets click here, and to join the Facebook group, click here

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